At an early age, Midge had learned to accept that her life was just how it was-loveless and disappointing. Having no real concept of family, she'd built walls around her and lived fending for herself. Yet, at the age of seventeen, nearly eighteen, Midge discovers a secret that breaks those walls in a matter of seconds. How is she supposed to deal with the fact that she's been lied to her entire life? What is she supposed to do now that she feels like she doesn't even know herself? Of course, she takes action. This action, however, is set to make her life a hell of a lot more complicated.